Description: Nicholas Meyer's entry into the motion picture industry began as an associate publicist in Paramount Pictures' New York offices. His work as a publicist on the film Love Story (1970) inspired him to write the book The Love Story Story, which allowed him to move to Hollywood to begin a career in screenwriting. Since then he has written several novels and screenplays and worked steadily as a director. He wrote both the novel and film adaptation of Sherlock Holmes story The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (1976), wrote and directed Time After Time (1979), and his vision as director of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is credited with reinvigorating the Star Trek franchise.
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